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Tag Archives: information behaviour
CityLIS Reflections and Research: Why LIS doesn’t have a quick fix for the post-factual society … and why that’s OK by David Bawden
This CityLIS Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and how Library and Information Science can help in a post-factual society. *** The irony is that by now it was supposed to be perfect. For most of my working … Continue reading
#citylis news: Amy Rees writes about Altmetrics and Tom Pink and David Phillips prepare to present their LIS research
This week saw current #citylis student, Amy Rees, publish an article about the ways in which research can be communicated and shared via Altmetric through discussing “the articles published in Health Policy and Planning with the highest Altmetric Attention Scores … Continue reading
#citylis Reflections and Research: Into the infosphere: theory, literacy and education for new forms of document by David Bawden and Lyn Robinson
Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and Lyn Robinson is a slightly revised version of a chapter contributed to a Festschrift in honour of their colleague Professor Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić, of the University of Zadar in Croatia … Continue reading
The following is an excerpt of a transcript of an interview between Ludi Price, a #citylis PhD student, and the Fansplaining podcast. The interview is about Ludi’s research into fan information behaviour and is featured in Episode 19 of the podcast, Cataloging Fandom. … Continue reading
This post is written by #citylis PhD candidate Zaki Abbas. Here he considers what we know about mobile information behaviour associated with the Generations. — Mobility appears to be the topic of the day and shows little sign of abatement. … Continue reading